SR Geek Picks: Every ’30 Rock’ Movie Reference,’Simpsons’ Video Games, ‘Breaking Bad’ Meets ‘The Office’ and More

Published 2 years ago by , Updated April 15th, 2014 at 11:23 am,

Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find every single movie reference found in 30 Rock; Huey Lewis killing Weird Al; Evil Dead strip trivia; the first episode of puppet Doctor Who; Breaking Bad + The Office; and Old school Atari Cartridge artwork for contemporary video games. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you may be featured on a future post!

To kick things off today, Guyism has all your Emma Watson GIF needs covered.

CollegeHumor has Actresses Without Teeth and 12 Game of Thrones House Sigils for the Internet.


Every Single Movie Reference In 30 Rock

We did the world a favor and compiled every single movie reference and reenactment from ’30 Rock.’ You’re welcome, world.


Every Videogame from The Simpsons

In his time as a 10-year-old, Bart Simpson has lived through seven generations of videogames.


FilmStrip : Evil Dead STRIP Trivia with Leeanna Vamp

Test your knowledge of Evil Dead with FilmStrip, the weekly game show where releasing your inner-nerd is more than encouraged. This show challenges film fans’ movie knowledge, revealing more than just the right answers.


Doctor Puppet Episode 1 – The Red X

The Doctor Puppet, based on Doctor Who, finds a strange note on his TARDIS that leads him on a mysterious adventure. Who will he meet along the way?


Why you can’t just remake The Breakfast Club

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American Psycho with Huey Lewis and Weird Al

Huey Lewis is here to ask you “Do You Like Huey Lewis and the News”


Breaking Bad Meets The Office

New season of Breaking Bad is changing their intro.


HALF LIFE – GRAVITY GUN – How to Make the Full Scale Movie Weapon Replica

Dutton hangs with AtomicMari of Smosh and prop master Rick Hilgner to build the GRAVITY GUN from HALF LIFE.


Old school Atari Cartridge artwork for contemporary video games

Old school Atari Cartridge artwork for contemporary video games 570x228 SR Geek Picks: Every 30 Rock Movie Reference,Simpsons Video Games, Breaking Bad Meets The Office and MoreMore over at StarRoiva’s DeviantArt Gallery


Best Sci Fi Movies 2000-Present – Best Movie List

This week’s list consists of futuristic science, space travel, parallel universes, aliens, and paranormal abilities. You guessed it… this is Tom’s Fonns best Sci Fi Movies of the 2000s!



Episode 2 focuses on the ups and downs of Black Dynamite‘s distribution – from initial success at Sundance to disastrous studio preview screenings to a relative failure at the box office. And then its unexpected rise to cult status.


That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

Today’s picks have been brought to you by: CineFix, MajorNelson, Guyism, CineFixNerdist, FunnyOrDie, Film.commatincomedy and reddit.

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  1. I can’t believe they even added ‘The Mist’ to the list of ‘Best Sci-Fi of 2000′s’….

    It’s also clear that District 9 should’ve been much higher on the list than #5 although, to be fair, ‘Sunshine’ was an excellent film!

    • I had no huge objections to this list, EXCEPT FRIGGIN’ WALL-E AT #2!?!? Get outta here!

      • Agreed. I’ve never understood all the hype Wall-E gets. I mean it’s not a bad movie, but seriously? The number two scifi movie in the last 13 years?

  2. Ha, breakfast club…
    Not having a smartphone makes you a social outcast these days.

    • I just carry around a 5″x3″ piece of black perspex to fool everyone and fit in. :(